Design [Design And Construction - For HH Industries] – J. Hellmann
Design [Design And Construction] – A. Turner
Mastered By – Douglas Ward
Photography By [Face Photo] – Andrew Furse
Recorded By – Sanford Parker
Written-By, Arranged By – Bryan Herweg, Larry Herweg, Laurent Lebec, Trevor de Brauw
Recorded Fall of 2001 at Seraph Studios. Mastered at Maximummac Studios.
Originally self-released by Pelican.
Hydra Head Records Distributed by Shellshock www.shellshock.co.uk
Matrix / Runout: HH666-68 SP 36313 3031901
Mastering SID Code: IFPI L055
Mould SID Code: IFPI KA03
Recorded At – Seraph Studios
Mastered At – MaximumMac Studios
Distributed By – Shellshock
Untitled EP by Pelican, released 25 February 2003 1. Pulse 2. Mammoth 3. Forecast For Today 4. The Woods Our first recording. Jay Lane The magnitude of Pelican's heaviness is as deceptive as UV rays from the sun. I saw Pelican play at a metal festival with over 60 other bands and Pelican was easily one of the heaviest performances of the entire fest. Take caution when listening to this band or you will get burned. Favorite track: Mammoth. Album 2001 4 Songs. Untitled - EP. Metal impressive demo by this post metal quartet from Chicago. Impresionante demo de este cuarteto de post metal originario de Chicago. Tracklist: 01. Pulse . Released February 25, 2003. Untitled Tracklist. Pulse or Untitled is the first EP by the heavy metal band Pelican. It was originally released in 2001 as a demo album, before the band signed to Hydra Head Records, who re-released it in 2003. Mammoth was extended and re-released as Pink Mammoth on the band's Pink Mammoth EP. All songs written by Pelican. Pulse 4:01. Mammoth 4:57. Forecast for Today 7:29. The Woods 12:58. Listen free to Pelican Untitled EP Pulse, Mammoth and more. 4 tracks 29:24. Untitled - EP, 2009. Pulse, 04:01. Mammoth, 04:57. Untitled EP. Extended Play. Pelican Format: Audio CD. Please retry. Just yummy. Like all Pelican albums, this album is strictly instrumental. And though I enjoy death metal growls, sometimes I think vocal passages can get in the way of what would be an otherwise wonderful metal album. Pelican is a band I am glad is instrumental